Public hearings on a new hemp licensing program/fees, changes to dockless bike share regs, and tweaks to city code regulating overnight parking of large vehicles (campers, RVs, trailers)
Those usually come with raises, but I doubt that will happen in this economic climate.
Mostly house work, like sanding, staining and poly-ing my stair treads.
We're currently in Safer At Home.
In the beginning of the outbreak, that R value was 3-4, for context.
It's very labor intensive: Every positive case has 4-5 close contacts. Investigating those takes 30 min to 2 hrs each.
2.9M+ cases, 130K+ deaths
Cases going up dramatically in the U.S.
Biggest ones are that all workplaces can go back to 50% capacity, and gatherings of up to 500 ppl are allowed.
A plan to increase mask-wearing and other compliance, and increase the number of flu vaccines heading into flu season.
Zayach: I haven't seen anything sent out from the CDC or anything like that, though I've "heard" about this. "There's not a lot of evidence about that being a primary source of spread."
Zayach: All hospitals have at least 2 weeks, which is something we have to track to move to Protect Your Neighbors.
Zayach: State is having this conversation. In BoCo, we do have some stockpile and are trying to acquire additional stockpile.
Zayach: Idk, but I'll ask our epidemiologist. We know that outside of CU / The Hill, we've had a "few small things" in restaurants, but those were "nothing we didn't expect or couldn't control."